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FlyQuest parts ways with Fortnite pro player Tinny

North American organization FlyQuest has released Tinny after allegations of domestic abuse from his former girlfriend.

The organization signed Tinny last August and he participated in several Fall Skirmish series, including a sixth place in the European Week 4. He was also a noted streamer.

Recently, his ex-girlfriend Killua stated online that he had been mentally and physically abusive during their relationship, which started when they were teens and left her in a difficult situation. When asked why she stayed so long with him, she stated that she had become financially and emotionally dependent, thought this was normal and had loved him for a long time. She also posted several videos and screengrabs from Discord conversations on Twitter.

Soon afterward, FlyQuest tweeted that they would investigate the situation before taking action. Yesterday, the organization released a follow-up report that after having looked into the matter and discussed it with Tinny, they would be parting ways.

Tinny has deactivated his Twitter, but over Instagram, he thanked FlyQuest and stated that he would be taking legal action against his ex-girlfriend. In a tweet of her own, Killua said that she would fight back, and that she was confident in her position.